Misbah-ul-Haq Raises Rs.3 Lakh For Fan’s Treatment
Pakistan Test skipper Misbah-ul-Haq is a larger than life individual who gives his absolute best for the team’s cause. People around him often state that having Misbah around the setup is a massive boon as he is a complete team player, who does everything for the betterment of his players and people. Maybe qualities as these are the ones that make Misbah, Pakistan’s most successful Test captain.
Off the cricket field as well, Misbah is known to have a heart of gold. In recent news emerging, the right-handed batsman has helped one of his fans raise Rs. 3 Lakh for his cardiac treatment. The fan, Rohaan, as reported, is a 16-year old-boy, who has a hole in his heart and needs a surgery in order to cure his ailment.
As per the news creeping in, Misbah will contribute for half the amount needed for the surgery of Rohaan. The other half will be met through auctioning his bat and Pakistan shirt soon. This news will surely put a smile on faces of all fans of Misbah, who is known to be a large hearted individual.
In other news related to Pakistan cricket, star spinner Yasir Shah is all set to miss the practice game on the side’s tour of Australia due to a back injury.
“Yasir Shah got a back injury during bowling in a practice session. He is getting treatment from medical experts at Cairns,” an official from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said. “He has been advised two day rest by the doctors and will not be able to participate in the warm up match going to be held in Cairns.”
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